Leading the Fight to treatand cure Tay-Sachs, Canavan and related diseases
Your gift enables NTSAD to:
Make a difference in the lives of those affected by Tay-Sachs, Canavan or related genetic diseases. NTSAD is a 501 (C ) 3 organization.
Make your check payable to NTSAD and send to: NTSAD 2001 Beacon Street, Suite 204 Boston, MA 02135
Call NTSAD at (800) 906-8723, to make a gift Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm Eastern Time. An NTSAD associate will record your credit card information and answer your questions.
Honor a special person or occasion while contributing to our mission. You can also use this program to raise money by asking others to give to NTSAD in lieu of gifts for birthdays, graduations, weddings, anniversaries, and other important occasions.
Increase your gift through your employerâ€™s matching gift program. Check with your employer and submit the form with your gift to NTSAD.
Designate a portion of your paycheck to be donated to NTSAD through the Combined Federal Campaign or United Way. Our CFC number is #11528.
Donate a gift of stock or other securities to NTSAD. For more information or to transfer a gift of stock, contact the office at (800) 906-8723.
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Families can establish a special restricted fund within National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association, Inc. (NTSAD) to honor the life of an individual through ongoing support of the mission of NTSAD. Activities of the fund can benefit specific programs of NTSAD from Research, Family Support and the overall health of the organization.Contact Susan Kahn, Executive Director, for more information by calling (800) 906-8723.
Help fund the research to perform
gene therapy studies in a number of Tay-Sachs Jacob sheep! Name a sheep for $1,000 or participate in the Adopt-A-Sheep program. Read more about these invaluable Jacob sheep.
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